Giulietta Masina on the set of La Strada (1954, dir. Federico Fellini) (via)

“Mr. Fellini says that his wife sometime resists his view of her talents, which he summarizes as ‘a mingling of youngish and clownish.’ But make no mistake: in suggesting that his wife is a clown, Mr. Fellini means no insult. ‘The clown is the aristocracy of acting,’ he says. ‘To be a clown means to have the possibility of making people cry and laugh.’


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Gremlins Knit Sweater from mondotees.com


Gremlins Knit Sweater from mondotees.com

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Barbara Stanwyck photographed for Ever in My Heart, 1933

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Lois Lane in Superman: Secret Origin

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9. “Incurable” doesn’t mean “It will always be exactly as bad as it is right now”
Ten things they don’t tell you about life with chronic physical and mental illnesses. My friend just put this up, and this one just kind of struck me. I’ve got depression, anxiety, and a “chronicly instable” ankle. None of them are likely to dissapear forever. But that doesn’t mean things won’t improve. (via highanxietiessupport)

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James Cagney in Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) and then reprising his role as George M. Cohan in The Seven Little Foys (1955) performing the same dance routine 13 years later.

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Blondes make the best victims. They’re like virgin snow that shows up the bloody footprints.
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Gone with the Wind, 1939.

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I Love You #21 (1959)


I Love You #21 (1959)

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Rare of Maria! Source: Vk 

Wow wow wow wow

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This is Judy. She’s my friend.

This is Judy. She’s my friend.

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"Mad women fight back"; "Bet your ass we’re paranoid" - Psychiatric survivors during a protest in 1976


"Mad women fight back"; "Bet your ass we’re paranoid" - Psychiatric survivors during a protest in 1976

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Within the next 10 years, we will be 3D printing our own clothes.

Meet OpenKnit, the first open-source clothing printer.

As noted futurist and self-proclaimed technology oracle Ray Kurzweil said at Google’s I/O conference yesterday, the 3D printing hype, while partly a result of the boom-bust-recovery theory of capitalism, should be taken seriously—at least for the sake of fashion.

In less than ten years, you’re probably going to be able to print your own open source clothes for a few cents, he told the audience, presenting more upward trending graphs than a keynote at a hot air balloon convention.

And he’s probably going to be right, as he has been with many of his other educated guesses ​about what the future will hold for us, technologically speaking (three quarters precisely correct predictions, he said​).

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